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Are These Andoer 4K good?

I see these cameras on ebay listed as 'Andoer wifi 4k hd 1080 ' and so on.
https://www.ebay.com.au/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_nkw=video+camera&_sacat=0&_sop=15&_pgn=6&rt=nc

They sound like good value for money and a camera worth having at 4K.

But (excuse my ignorance) I'm thinking 4K is one level of resolution and 1080 is another. And 4K is double the res of 1080, right?
https://www.quora.com/What-does-4K-mean-in-cameras

So what do they mean by advertising them as both at once? Which are they really?

So I'm thinking maybe they're just a trap. Anyone know about this? About these cameras?

I currently have a canon fs200 which turns out really crappy videos outside. Okay inside but rubbish outside.

I need something better and am looking to see what I can afford to get..
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Post was last edited on September 4, 2019 4:41 PM PDT

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Sadly 4K is not the original 4K but is now
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Cheap?

At that price point I would be very worried.
To avoid disappointment, I suggest you stick to the trinity, Canon, Panasonic & Sony.
Do you need 4K? Have you the kit to play it back? If you want to edit the video is your PC powerful enough? I have stuck to HD and still get fantastic pictures.

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